Cold & Flu
Prevent the spread of colds & flu using OneSpray
How a cold can spread
The common cold starts when a person is infected with the virus. We catch viruses by touching things that are infected by germs, such as a doorknob or a keyboard, and then passing that along by touching our nose or mouth. Cold and flu viruses can survive up to 24 hours on some surfaces, which means those germs can linger for much too long.
Places where cold & flu bacteria can hide
- Mobile Phones – up to 25,000 germs per square inch!
- Computer keyboard
- Work desks – up to 21,000 germs per square inch!
- Shopping trolley handles
- Interactive menus
- Light switches
- Remote controls
- Public Toilets
- Gym Equipment
- Public spaces…
Public areas, such as ATM’s, handrails, interactive menu’s etc. will be contaminated with germs, and can contribute to how you catch a cold and the flu.
Washing our hands dramatically can reduce the number of people who will get sick with colds, so make sure to wash your hands after using the bathroom. It’s also important to wash your hands before touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
You know where your hands have been, but do you know where others have been?
Benefit your business using OneSpray InvisaClean
UK Government statistics shows how damaging the spread of germs can be to your business.
Avoid this and benefit your business by using OneSpray InvisaClean to beat bacteria in the workplace!
Days lost to sickness due to coughs and flu*
£6.1 Billion lost productivity in the UK alone*
*UK Government data from 2018
#BeatBacteria with OneSpray InvisaClean
Unfortunately germs don’t glow green or we would be able to avoid them!
Taking precautions and using OneSpray InvisaClean at home, at work, about and about – anywhere your hands touch, can help reduce your risk of catching unwanted germs.
Now you can effectively protect yourself, your family, your friends and your colleagues from their effects.
OneSpray InvisaClean is the only cleaning solution that guarantees to keep your surfaces, touchscreens – anywhere your hands touch, free from bacteria for at least 72 hours!